Atlanta Based Law School Holds Job Fair for Reentering Citizens

Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, The Governor’s Office of Transition, Support & Reentry, and GREENHOOD recently co-organized the Seventh Annual Home for Good Forum and Job Fair. The event took place on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at the Blackburn Conference Center.

The forum was designed to provide returning citizens with employment opportunities and other helpful provisions, while also offering meaningful dialogue among legal scholars, religious leaders, reentering citizens, government agencies, non-profit groups, and law students regarding reentry and recidivism.

Voter registration support, health screenings, and other resources were also administered to the attendees. Additionally, several lawyers were on hand to assist returning citizens with free legal consultations. Likewise, there were a number of John Marshall students on hand to serve as volunteers. The event was sponsored by Chick-Fil-A and Kroger.

Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School

Founded in 1933 and fully accredited by the American Bar Association, Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School is Atlanta’s only stand-alone law school focused on preparing talented students for legal careers in the public and private sectors. Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School students matriculate in a learning environment that includes exceptional faculty, accelerated externships, and intelligent learning collaboration.
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School academic programs consist of a Juris Doctor Program, J.D., including Full-Time, Accelerated (January Start), Part-Time Day and Part-Time Evening programs; as well as an Honors Program in Criminal Justice and three LL.M. programs for U.S and foreign educated attorneys. Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School serves as a strategic resource for legal talent for small, mid-size and large law firms, corporations and public service organizations throughout the country. For more information about Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, please visit us at

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